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Financial Crime Update

2 - 2 December 2020

12.00 - 1.00 pm

An update on developments in the world of financial crime

Financial Crime Update

Michael Ruck - Partner TLT LLP

Michael will provide an update on developments in the world of financial crime and how firms need to be doing more just to stand still. Criminals are becoming more sophisticated and difficult to identify, so intelligence sharing plays a crucial role in ensuring the financial sector can protect itself from harm. The relationship between interconnected financial sectors, such as banking and insurance, is key to developing holistic future solutions to protect consumers.  

In this webinar we will cover:

  • A brief synopsis of the legislation relevant to UK firms
  • Intelligence-led Financial Crime and Intelligence Sharing
  • Scams

Michael is a partner in TLT's financial services team in London and leads its FS Investigations practice, which supports clients on sensitive reputational matters and investigations. Michael previously spent four and a half years at another City law firm in the corporate crime, investigations and enforcement team and before that spent almost six years working in the FCA's Enforcement and Market Oversight Division.

This will be an interactive session, allowing you to post questions in the chat window and interact with the speaker.

If you would like to join us please book your place via this link.

Our final webinar of this year will be held on:

  • Wednesday 16 December

 

The presentations for this event are available to download for IIAG members only.

Financial Crime Update

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Michael Ruck

Partner

TLT LLP

 

 

 

Michael Ruck is a partner in TLT's financial services team in London and leads its FS Investigations practice, which supports clients on sensitive reputational matters and investigations. Michael previously spent four and a half years at another City law firm in the corporate crime, investigations and enforcement team and before that spent almost six years working in the FCA's Enforcement and Market Oversight Division. Michael has a broad range of experience including advisory, regulatory liaison and largescale, complex multi-jurisdictional investigations. He has led financial services regulatory projects, investigations and proceedings for a range of institutions, including asset and fund managers, insurance businesses and banks. His experience spans various regulatory issues and he has worked closely